Paul Lowe of Sweet Paul created this clever X-ray cake for Country Living magazine to show readers how to quickly and easily customize a store-bought cake. In this case, he used white fondant, Reese's Pieces, a heart-shaped candy and Necco wafers to simulate a skeleton.
See the instructions to make the cake at Country Living. Do you think you'll try this technique for your Halloween cakes?
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